Radiation Shield History
1988, Aegis was the first company to publicly state the
operating frequency of a wireless device, not
estimated thermal Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) measurements,
should serve as the criteria for determining
safe radiation frequency exposure levels. SAR was wrong at
that time, and it is still wrong. Click
here to learn why.
Aegis products prevent RF (radiation frequencies) from penetrating the body by deflecting, or reflecting, RF away at an angle opposite from the originating source. No other organization possesses our technology, and it is difficult to comprehend how there can be a more effective method of mitigating the health effects of RF than by preventing it from penetrating the body in the first place.
AegisGuard™ (L) Life Series Radiation Shield products were developed under contract for military, aerospace and/or medical shielding applications prior to being introduced into commerce.
Standard AegisGuard™ Radiation Shield models appearing on this website are tested at frequency ranges presented in the product's specifications, currently between 5 Hz. to 1.1 THz.) at power levels measured at the point of contact up to 25 Watts using globally accepted standards and procedures. See Tests for additional information.
|The technology evolving into today's AegisGuard™
Radiation Shields was initially created in-house to protect our service
personnel installing wireless voice and data communication systems. It
was developed because commercially available shielding products and
satisfactory safety standards offering sufficient protection from
wireless products operating at 2.6 GHz up to 5 Watts were not
commercially available. Aegis was the first company to publicly declare
using thermal (SAR) measurements as the criteria for determining
radiation safety limits was wrong, and it is still wrong. Click
here to find out why.
|AegisGuard™ Phone Radiation
Shields were designed for cellular phones and introduced in 1998. This
product family incorporated the only proven shielding technology
that deflected the controversial near field cellular phone radiation
communication frequencies between 100 MHz. to 2.6 GHz. away from the head
and neck of a cell phone user. They were discontinued in 2005 when
AegisGuard™ LS, a universal spray-on radiation shield for all wired and
wireless products with frequencies between 5 Hz. to 30 GHz., was
if you own an
AegisGuard™ Phone Radiation Shield).
When the cell phone
headset radiation concerns Aegis first reported about in 1998 were
published by the British government in late 1999, a family of equally as
effective products, AegisGuard™ Headset Wire Radiation Shields, were designed
to protect wired headset users and introduced in 2000.
|AegisGuard™ XP Radiation
Shields were developed for specific military, industrial and commercial applications
in 2002, and also provided shielding
for specific consumer applications, including cell phones
a pocket or purse, portable and tower computers, radar and speed measurement
devices, toll collection transponders, heart pacemakers and relief for
electrosensitive individuals. For most consumer applications, it was
superseded with higher supported frequency and power level shielding
with lower priced
L (Life) Series Radiation Shields for most
consumer applications in 2005.
AegisGuard™ (L) Life Series Radiation
Supporting high and low frequency shielding applications, 5 Hz. to 30 GHz. standard models were announced in 2005 and 2006. Custom models made to order for specific customer applications thereafter.
Standard models supporting 5 Hz. up to 120 GHz., 360 GHz, and 1.1 THz. @ 25 Watts announced in 2018.
Custom models up to 4.8 THz. @ 25 Watts, and models up to 1.1 THz. @
100 kW announced in 2020.
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